Roberto Luongo, TSN intern; beer blimp crash-lands; who do Ducks want? (Puck Headlines)

Harrison Mooney

Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media.

• Ference to Rosicky: "No backsies!"

• Who should the Anaheim Ducks be cheering for as the Sharks and Kings face off in Game 7? [Battle of Cali]

• Budweiser's runaway beer blimp has been found in New Brunswick, which is good news for New Brunswick tourism. The number one reason people go to New Brunswick is to recover lost blimps. [CBC]

•  After being hit, knee-on-knee by Joe Thornton, Dustin Brown points out that those hits are mostly just unfortunate accidents (unless Matt Cooke delivers them, because no one thinks the game faster and more nefariously than he): “That stuff happens. That is why I think a lot of people watching the game think he is a dirty player, I made a move and he acted on it. That play happens all the time.” [CSN Bay Area]

• Does Dany Heatley have anything left in the tank? [The Score]

• What's wrong with Sidney Crosby? He only looks sort of magic instead of completely magic. Is he slowly running out of magic? Is he rationing his magic so he has more magic left for later? (This is actually a really good article. I'm just being a jerk.) [Pittsburgh Magazine]

• Peter Maher, the legendary Calgary broadcaster, is retiring. [Calgary Sun]

• Brendan Shanahan doesn't fight for no reason. He only fights... for honour. [The Hockey News]

• The IIHF hands down additional punishments to the two Latvian players that tested positive for doping. [IIHF]

• Should the Predators trade Shea Weber? [Tennesseean]

• Terrifying thought: Jonathan Toews is actually getting better at hockey. [Blackhawk Up]

• Will we get a Game 7 between the Flyers and Rangers? [Broad Street Hockey]

• Hal Gill out, Erik Gustafsson in for the Flyers in Tuesday night's Game 6. [CSN Philly]

• Alan May goes nuclear on departing head coach Adam Oates. [RMNB]

• Remembering the 2013-14 Columbus Blue Jackets, the most likeable team in hockey right now. [Union and Blue]

• Daniel Paille has been cleared to play for the Bruins. [Big Bad Blog]

Roberto Luongo makes his debut on the TSN panel with this incredible video that calls back to his previous collaborations with James Duthie and takes the partnership in some wonderful new directions. It's pretty great.